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Dec 16, 2011 11:00am PST
in the child sex abuse case against jerry sandusky. >> reporter: penn state officials arrived at court this morning in harrisburg, facing personal charges connected to the jerry sandusky child sex abuse case. they are accused of lying to the grand jury, telling them assistant football coach mike mcqueary did not tell them that he witnessed sandusky having sex with an underage boy in the shower in the locker room. he told prosecutors he first heard noises coming from the shower. he said he looked in the mirror and saw sandusky behind the boy. he then went on to tell the court, quote, i believe jerry was sexually molesting him and having sexual intercourse with him. mcqueary's testimony is also being contradicted by another grand jury witness, a family friend who says on the night of the alleged abuse, mcquary told him he only heard noises. the now assistant football coach now tells prosecutors he was shocked and distraught at what he saw and left the locker room and called his father for advice. after going home to talk to his father, mcquary says his next call was to head coach joe pat
Dec 13, 2011 11:00am PST
. a surprise twist today in the penn state sexual abuse scandal. jerry sandusky, the firmer assistant football coach, charged with more than 50 counts of sexual abuse, waiving his right to a pretrial hearing and pleading not guilty. stunning a packed pennsylvania courthouse. that's where michelleen fnzra's joins us with all the details. there she is now. , lemill us what's happening out there? >> reporter: well, jon -- >> uh-oh. >> reporter: jerry sandusky arrived in court, ready to face the media and also his alleged accusers, who were set to give emotional and damaging testimony. but just as the judge called court into session, sandusky and his attorney made a surprise move. waiving his right to a preliminary hearing. >> based on our readiness, the strength of the case, i'm not that surprised. >> reporter: after court was over, defense attorney says they thought sandusky would not have the chance to defend himself and they would gain nothing new from the testimony. >> we would not have been able to present any witnesses. we would not have been able to present a defense. >> reporter: eight of
Dec 8, 2011 11:00am PST
penn state assistant football coach jerry sandusky has left jail after putting up bail money. he was taken into custody yesterday on 12 additional charges of child sex abuse after two new alleged victims came forward. bail was set at $250,000, but sandusky originally had trouble raising the money and spent the night in jail. as a condition of his release, he has to remain at home wearing an electronic monitoring device. he was first charged last month with molesting eight boys, some he may end up facing in court next week. >>> a berkeley high school counselor who allegedly asked a female student if she slept naked will still be allowed to work on campus but has to keep the door to his office open in a lawsuit filed by the mother of the girl, anthony smith was accused of touching and making inappropriate remarks to female students. the school district will pay more than $57,000 to the girl to settle the lawsuit. the girl has been assigned another counselor but smith will still be allowed to counsel other girls on campus. >>> today the debate continues surrounding california's cont
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